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Having a Labradoodle is one of the best things that can happen to any dog owner; as this cute and lovable species of dogs are loved and adored by dog lovers in Australia and the world as a whole, for their loyalty, hypoallergenic features, and vibrant energy. Discover more about our Labradoodle puppies for sale below!

Breed History 

The Labradoodle is a hybrid dog of the Labrador retriever and standard poodle. The first labradoodle cross-breeding was carried out in the year 1989, by Wally Conron, who was head of the Australian Royal Guide Dogs Association at that time. 

The crossbreeding came as a result of the request for a hypoallergenic guide dog for a blind woman who was a resident in Hawaii. 

The blind woman who requested the cross-breeding had a husband who suffered from allergies, and as such, the couple had to make a compromise for a guide dog who would work as a guide dog for the blind wife, and also not cause an allergic reaction for the husband. 

Hence, Wally performed the cross-breeding which birthed a litter of Labradoodles; one of which was Sultan, the only labradoodle puppy that fulfilled Wally and the couple’s wishes in a guide dog. 

Today, the success of Wally in producing Sultan inspired other breeders to commence the cross-breeding of Labradors and poodles as therapy pets, detection work for official agencies and guide dogs.


Labradoodles are dogs known for their calm disposition, energy, friendliness, water-loving nature, obedience, playfulness, loyalty, and affection, and these are some of the reasons why they are one of the best family dogs amongst the dog family. 

As a result of their intelligence, the labradoodle dog gets a hold of information very fast, and not only that, they also have the ability to comprehend and respond to information quickly too.

Due to their playful nature, it is possible for a labradoodle to get carried away when playing but through the help of proper training, the owner can easily curb the excessive playfulness and train them to know when to play and when not to play.

Irrespective of their playfulness and accommodating behavior, Labradoodles can get very shy and overly vigilant when it comes to having strangers and guests around.


The labradoodle is a homely dog hence it acclimatizes well in a family setting. There is no particular environment for the labradoodle, as they are adaptable animals who can feel homely in any type of apartment. But the ideal environment for a labradoodle is a live-in apartment, where they can snuggle and cuddle up.  

Known for its water-loving nature, a labradoodle also thrives well in an environment where there is a clean body of water to swim and play in. 


Although Labradoodles are homely animals, they need up to one minute of physical and mental exercises/training on a daily in an open place (which can be in your fenced yard or at the park). 

And due to their eager nature, Labradoodles are highly trainable as they are always ready and excited to learn new things.

You can exercise and train this breed of dogs through the following processes; jogging, swimming, running, playing fetch, hide and seek, obedience training, concentration games, learning and socializing with other dogs outdoors. 

Kindly bear it in mind that the more you exercise and train Labradoodles, the more active, agile and intelligent they become. 


The Labradoodle comes in different coats types (wool, fleece and hair coats), texture (wavy, straight and curly), and colors (cream, chocolate, caramel, black, red, gold and apricot). The labradoodle’s coat requires brushing, combing and trimming regularly. 

When you brush your labradoodle’s coat, take time to brush out the tangles and knots that might have occurred during the process of playing around.

Labradoodles grow hairs inside their ears, so the owners should be aware of this, and also make plans to pluck out the hair strands when they become too many in the ear; as too many hair strands in the ear can block air from circulating in the ear. Remember to clean the ears with a cotton ball to avoid ear infections. 

Don’t forget to brush their teeth thrice a week and trim their nails once every two weeks. And don’t hesitate to invite a pet specialist when you notice awkward things in your labradoodle pet.

Our Labradoodle puppies for sale come from either USDA licensed commercial breeders or hobby breeders with no more than 5 breeding mothers. USDA licensed commercial breeders account for less than 20% of all breeders in the country. 

The unregulated breeders who are selling outside of the USDA regulations and without a license are what we consider to be “Puppy Mills.” We are committed to offering Labradoodle puppies who will grow up to become important members of your family. We only purchase puppies from the very best sources, and we stand behind every puppy we sell.

Contact us today to learn more about the availability of our Labradoodle puppies for sale. We look forward to helping you find your next family member. Our pet counselors can answer any questions you have about our Labradoodle puppies.


Top Ten Frequently Asked Questions about the Labradoodle 

  1. What are the diseases that Labradoodles are prone to? 

Labradoodles are prone to health issues such as hip and elbow dysplasia, epilepsy, diabetes mellitus, ear infections, and hypothyroidism.

  1. Do Labradoodles shed at all? 

Although Labradoodles are known as non-shedders, there are some of them who still undergo shedding, most especially the Labradors with hair coats. 

  1. How should you feed your Labradoodles? 

In feeding your labradoodle, you have to understand your Lab’s age, weight, and activity level; these factors will help you determine how much or how less you should feed your Lab. But, bear in mind that however you feed your Lab, be careful not to get your Lab bloated or underfed.

  1. What is a Labradoodle’s life expectancy? 

A Labradoodle has an average lifespan of 10-18 years.

  1. Can Labs go for hunting?

Although some dogs’ breeders tend to breed Labradoodles for hunting; but they are most likely undermining and limiting the capacity of the breed, when it could be of better help in the law enforcement agencies, at the therapists and as a guide for people suffering from ear and eyes deficiencies.

  1. How big do Labs grow? 

The average male Lab can grow up to 22 to 24 inches while the female one can grow up to 21 to 23 inches, and both can weigh as much as 50 to 70 pounds.

  1. Is it safe to leave my Lab all alone when we are out? 

Labs are social dogs and they need to be around people or other dogs most of the time, hence it might not be safe to be away from your Lab for too long, to avoid behavioral problems such as depression, frustration, and unhappiness.

  1. Does gender matter when getting a Labradoodle? 

Not at all. Both genders of Labs make awesome family pets. You can decide to either adopt or buy any gender of your choice

  1. How much do Labs puppies cost?

The cost of buying Labradoodle puppies varies, depending on where you are buying from. Contact us today to learn more about the cost and availability of our Labs

  1. When can I start training my Lab? 

You can start training your Lab from the exact day you purchase/adopt your Lab.

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